Gub Neal Talk

  • 16th March 2016
  • 5:15 pm
  • Stephen Lawrence Gallery, Project Space

Creative Conversations Gub Neil

What does the future landscape of broadcasting look like? What are the opportunities and threats?
How can real diversity be achieved in broadcasting?
What is the role of the producer? How has it changed and how should it change?

Television producer, Gub Neal (Cracker, Queer as Folk, The Fall), will be coming to the University of Greenwich on 16th March to address these and other questions relating to the future of television drama.
Gub will be drawing on his extensive experience of both commissioning (Head of Drama, Channel 4, & Controller of Drama at Granada) and also as an independent producer. His career has spanned many developments in production and distribution in the sector, from the opening up of independent production in UK TV in the 90s, through the rise of satellite, cable and pay TV and into today’s digital landscape, catering for global audiences.
Gub will be in conversation with Kate Cheeseman of the Department of Creative Professions and Digital Arts at the University of Greenwich. This talk is organized through the Creative Conversations initiative and features as part of the Film and TV Production UG programmes. We would also like to extend the invitation to interested academics and members of our creative conversations network.

Venue: University of Greenwich, Stockwell Street Building, 10 Stockwell Street, Greenwich SE10 9BD
Room: Lecture Theatre 11_0004 (Ground Floor) and Stephen Lawrence Gallery

To attend the event, please register HERE

A drinks reception in the gallery will follow the talk. This will be an opportunity to view the current exhibition, Where is My Mind? The work of Vaughan Oliver and The Pixies.

This is a Creative Conversations event in association with University of Greenwich Galleries.

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